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Safe Streets Program (Fighting Drugs and Gangs) - 8

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As the beginning of an expansive church effort to address the drug problems in the community, Brad Beeman speaks to a small audience (about 25) at the United Methodist Church in Lakewood. Over 24 Lakewood churches with combined congregations of over 3,600 people participated in Safe Streets Sunday.
David Brandt

Transit Systems--King County (Metro) - 7

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Off-duty Burien police officer Dennis Russell, center, talks with a Metro bus driver as partner (and fellow off-duty cop) Glen Jackson, right, casts a wary glance at the busload of passengers at a bus stop in a Burien shopping center. The two spend one night each week moonlighting with the Metro as security officers.
Geff Hinds/Photo

Garbage and Garbage Disposal--Tacoma (Tacoma--Garbage) - 5

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Laurie Nelson belts out a tune to "Trash Toad" during a performance at Roosevelt Elem. School a key element in Tacoma's solid waste/recycling program is an assembly the city puts on at various elementary schools. It's a multi-media show that includes Laurie dancing and singing and a guy dressed up in a "Trash Toad" costume.
Photo by Russ Carmack

Homosexuals - 3

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A happy trio make their way up Broadway and towards Volunteer Park during todays Gay Pride parade in Downtown Seattle.
Geff Hinds Photo

Three people participating in a demonstration walk with their arms around each other. One holds a sign reading, "United Against Nazis! Radical Women."

Vietnamese (Refugees, Etc.) - 11

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Thuy Vu, Vietnamese refugee, represents the Bureau of Refugee Assistance. He met with Vietnam vets who are returning to Vietnam at a special meeting held a the American Lake Veterans Hospital.
News/Leslie Brown
Bruce Larson/Photo

Stallings, Rev. George - 1

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WASHINGTON--MAVERICK PRIEST--As a photographer takes aim, Rev. George A. Stallings preaches before an independent Catholic congregation Sunday morning at Howard University in Washington, against the wishes of his bishop, Cardinal James A. Hickey. According to church officials, Stalling's establishment of the Imani Temple is a major blow to Hickey, who earlier this year was accused of racism for closing three inner-city Catholic high schools. The move also puts Stallings on a collision course with the Roman Catholic Church.
Associated Press Photo

Terpstra, John (Port of Tacoma) - 1

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New Port of Tacoma Executive Director John Terpstra, second from right, is greeted by other Port employees just after word came from the Port Commission that Terpstra would succeed Lawrence Killeen as the top employee in Tacoma's Port.

From left to right: Paul Chilcote, Sharon Starr, John Terpstra, personnel director Lorna Ovena.

Photo by Bruce Kellman

Aged and Age--Activities - 2

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Bob Allan of Auburn works on his brush stroke at the Federal Way Senior Center Oil and acrylic painting class taught by Elizabeth Halfacre-Burke from Highline Community College. The seniors worked on their flesh tones today (Thursday).
Photo by Karen Stallwood

Auburn--General - 33

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Steve Bowen and Gerald Gorg, workmen from the Auburn Street Dept. hang a new directory sign near the intersection of Main St. and B St. Auburn is sprucing up its downtown shopping core with new identification sign.
Photo by Russ Carmack

Hilltop Area - 18

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Willie and Joyce Hellems, rows one and two, joined with others in the sanctuary of St. John The Baptist Church on 20th and J Street to pray for an end to the drug problem on Tacoma's Hilltop.
Bruce Larson Photo

Hilltop Area - 21

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Prayers before sweeping up S. L Street, from left to right: Laura Neal, Theda Cherry, Priscilla Lisicich, and Lynitra Jackson. For Sandy Nelson story.
Melissa Stevenson Photo

Homosexuals - 5

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A group of regulars enjoy the brew and camaraderie at Spags, a gay tavern in Seattle that is off-limits to GI's from Ft. Lewis, as per order of the military.
Voelpel Story

Safe Streets Program (Fighting Drugs and Gangs) - 3

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About 45 members of the Safe Streets Campaign picket outside a Summit area home 08/30/1989. Safe Streeters believe the owner of the Exeter Arms Apartments lives in the Summit area house. A large group of neighbors suspect crack activity in the apartments. The owner has been contacted by Safe Street volunteers and staff in an attempt to assist the owner in resolving this problem, but his lack of cooperation made it necessary for the picketing.
Bill Hunter/Photo

Safe Streets Program (Fighting Drugs and Gangs) - 6

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Paul Rockwell, a junior at Stadium High School, gets a chuckle from a story by Tacoma Equal Employment Officer Melannie D. C. White, as she talks about the Tacoma Scene, power and self respect, during Pierce County's Safe Streets Youth Forum at the University of Puget Sound.
Bill Hunter/Photo

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